Minor Midget Showcase, News (North Central Predators AAA)

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Minor Midget Showcase
Submitted By Administrator on Tuesday, November 27, 2012
On December 1st and 2nd the OMHA Minor Midget Showcase will occur at the Holly Recreational Centre in Barrie. The OMHAShowcase events feature all 24 Minor Midget AAA teams competing during regular season play. The purpose is to showcase thehighest level of OMHA Minor Midget hockey players in an event that will feature educational information for players and parents.The Minor Midget age category is the OHL-draft eligible year where players will learn about opportunities in the OHL and Universityhockey.

The NCOHA Predator Minor Midgets, coached by Greg McIsaac, have been on a hot-streak recently, winning the last four games, and sitting in a play-off position. Coach McIsaac credits excellent defensive play, leading to a major decrease in goals against, for the team’s success. The Predators will play two games in the tournament, as follows:

Saturday December 1st: 530 pm vs Quinte
Sunday December 2nd: 1pm vs Peterborough

This is the pinnacle of a AAA career and all players will aim to “showcase” their talents as best they can to all the scouts on hand.  Please come out and support your Predator team in their two games, and learn more about what hockey can provide your young player. And wear your Predator apparel.

Pat Morris
President NCOHA Predators

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